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One of the most popular indicators (and, perhaps, the one that a trader first comes across starting their way on Forex) is the Moving Average (MA). The Moving Average belongs to the group of trend indicators and shows the average price of the chosen currency during a certain period of time.
The last week of August is not likely to be overwhelmed by significant events, but the exchange and stock market are going to have enough issues to pay attention to. The world is turbulent, contemplating new stages in the trade war between the USA and China, which means we have no time for being bored.
The history of the Pivot Points indicator began in the early 30s of the twentieth century when a mathematician and a that-time famous trader Henry Chase decided to create an indicator meant for the security market. The synonym for a pivot would be a reversal, so a pivot point is a level on which the price reverses. So, the basis of the Pivot Point indicator is the idea that the market takes everything into account and repeats itself with time. The indicator was created in such a way that the opening and closing prices may serve as the support and resistance levels in the future.
The author of the Parabolic Sar is J. Welles Wilder. He first used it in 1976. In his book "New Concepts In Technical Trading Systems" Wilder presented several indicators: the Parabolic Sar, RSI, ADX.
This structure of price movement is, in fact, a Wedge pattern. According to the author of the method, a trader should have their unique features and use rare trading instruments in order to be different from the rest of the market players. The Wolfe Waves pattern is able to provide a beginner trader with the keys to a new understanding of market behavior. However, as with any other trading strategy or technical instrument, no matter how successful its trading history may be, much depends on the hands the instrument gets in.
The S&P500 index fell again upon testing its historical maximums. The last two waves of declining were used by investors as a chance to buy with the aim to take at the start of the new ascending trend. However, as soon as the price reaches its record values, the buyers disappear and those who bought earlier lock in their profit, putting pressure on the index.
To succeed in market trading you should learn to analyze and forecast price movements. The market price is influenced by a whole range of various factors, all of which we literally cannot know. A question emerges: in this case, how does forecasting become possible? This question is answered by one of the basic and most necessary types of market analysis — technical analysis.
Week #33 on the market was quite exciting. Euro rolled back to lows in 3 weeks, Trump claims Fed, US debt market gives signals of an approaching recession. The currencies of Argentina and Hong Kong are also subject to change due to the latest news.
Stochastic Oscillator chart is drawn in a separate window under the price chart and consists of two lines: %K, quick one, and %D, slow one. Its values vary from 0% to 100%; at the levels of 20% and 80% signal lines, defining the oversold (0-20%) and overbought (80-100%) areas, are drawn.